A few years ago I decided I really wanted a particular pair of UGG motorcycle boots, so I was super stocked when I found them on eBay for a steal. They are about a ½ size too big for me, but I have gotten a ton of wear out of them during the cold/rainy/snowy/icy winters.
This year, when I pulled them out of my closet I noticed that they felt a bit uncomfortable. They still looked great on the outside, but the inside was definitely showing the years of use. I don’t know why I didn’t think of it sooner, but I finally had the idea to see if there are replacement UGG insoles out there… and they are totally a thing!
I usually wear an 8.5 shoe, but this pair of boots was a 9. I ordered the UGG replacement insole in a size 9 and hoped that it would fit in the boot properly. When they came in the mail a couple days later, I ripped the old insoles right out of my boots and was shocked at how terrible they looked compared to the new, fluffy insole:
The new insole slid right into the boot for a perfect fit and doesn’t move around at all when I’m walking. Speaking of walking, the insoles made my boots so fluffy and comfortable that it was like they were brand, spanking new! I’m kind of kicking myself for not doing this last year!
A bunch of reviewers on the Amazon listing talk about buying the UGG insoles for non-UGG boots and I’m thinking I might snap up a second pair too. I mean, why NOT make my boots feel brand new, comfy and WARM for $15?!
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